At the most northwesterly point of mainland Britain you’ll discover the famous bluffs of Cape Wrath, whose stunning cliffs, sea stacks, and lighthouse provide some of Scotland’s best panoramic coastal views. Historically home to a small crofting community, visitors nowadays can stay in hotels around the area and discover a pristine, seemingly untouched land, whose vistas extend over the rolling sea and craggy shoreline for miles.
Sightsee in Kearvaig Bay and Durness
To the east of Cape Wrath lies the beach of Kearvaig bay, whose white sands are framed by massive sea cliffs and stacks worn away by the North Atlantic waves. Further west visitors will find the small northern village of Durness, whose sheltered sandy beaches and grassy coastline provide a perfect place to relax and unwind after a hard day's work of Scottish Highlands exploration. To book your stay in Durness, be sure to use Expedia’s search tool, which will help you find everything from hotels and bed & breakfasts, to resorts and guesthouses.
Discover Ben and Loch Hope
The Sutherland region is also one of Scotland’s premier destinations for trekking and mountain climbing, so make your way to the nearby Munro, Ben Hope, which provides breathtaking views of Loch Hope and the surrounding region.
Book your plans to the northern tip of Scotland today, and before long you will be experiencing the unforgettable Highland landscape.